According to Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq Healthcare Advisory Group, Health care spending grew more slowly in the past two years than it has in over five decades. Even with health care costs growth slowing, the U.S. still devotes 18 percent of its economy to the sector, more than most other industrialized countries. These charts in an article from the Washington Post explain how that happened, what drives health care costs and whether they’ll continue to slow in years to come. The article is extrememly informative.
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